The new era of textiles has arrived, and with it revolutionary methods to anchor the industry in responsible methods of production. One committed actor is Evrnu, whose cutting-edge fibre-regeneration technology combats the textile waste that pollutes our planet a little more each day.
In the forefront of R & D, the U.S. company can recover up to a third of cotton-garment waste, normally destined for landfills, and use it to create new cotton, polyester and rayon fibres meeting the highest standards of design and quality.
The result is an 80% reduction in polluting emissions and a 98% savings in the amount of water needed to produce conventional virgin cotton, for premium textiles no longer dependent on the volatile cultivation of fibres.
Evrnu is positioning itself as a source of custom-made fibres that are consistent and uncompromising, both in terms of quality and the environment. Its clients include textile fibre producers and spinning mills eager to engage in a modern and circular fashion economy.
A new business model marked by innovation and creativity, to help lead the fashion industry towards a more sustainable future.